The Ring Wolf — Aug-Sept 1937 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by William O’Sullivan
The story of a man whose innocent fists burst through the dams of hatred; of the fires that burn in a fighting heart while the blazing lights beat down!
The Knuckle Man — Feb-Mar1938 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by Walter J. Higgins
His name was Mike Rollins and he looked like Dempsey, and he carried the same kind of dynamite wrapped in his leather fists!
The Bigger They Are — February 1947 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by W. H. Temple
The road back was hardest for Tommy Lane, who lost a championship — before he won it!
Loser’s Luck — February 1947 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by Walter R. Hecox
“It’s tough to take your lumps, champ, when you’re sick of your business — and your business is sick of you!”
Go Down Swinging! — July 1948 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by Daniel Winters
The kid had what the champ needed — and one last round in his bloody gloves to give it away!
A Punch For Pop — July 1948 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by Johanas L. Bouma
“The old man never won the crown his bloody fists hammered on the champ’s head — it was up to me to knock it loose.”
Tearaway Terror — January 1950 issue of Sports Novels Magazine
by William Heuman
Jeff had to carry the vanished glory of a championship team he’d destroyed — across that last hell-for-leather yard!
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